Why number 3 is important in Hinduism

Why number 3 is important in Hinduism

Why number 3 is important in Hinduism Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Number 3 is having a great importance in Hinduism. Many people think that only '0' was given by Hinduism / Indians to the world. But the fact is all the number starting from -infinity to +infinity is given by Hinduism / Indians to the world. For example the English word "triangle" is taken from the Sanskrit word "triangula" or more appropriately it is called as "trikona". There are various examples which can show that all the number are indeed given by Hinduism / Indians to the world. In Hinduism, number 3 represents AUM (OM) in its diagrammatic aspect which is considered to be primordial. Number 3 is considered as a highly important number that represents the 'Tridevas' or 'Trimurti', that is, Sri Brahma Deva, Bhagavan Sri Vishnu, Sri Maheshwara.  Similarly their consorts are known as 'Tridevis, that is, Sri Saraswati Devi, Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi and Sri Parvati Devi.  The sacred 'Yagnopaveetham' (the holy...
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What are the Nadis, Chakras meaning in Hinduism

What are the Nadis, Chakras meaning in Hinduism

What are the Nadis, Chakras meaning in Hinduism Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! The human light body or aura is comprised of multiple interconnected layers of electromagnetic fields of energy that extend all around the physical body like an energy shield covering and protecting all of the bodies.  When we are meditating and practicing our 12D shielding, we are placing our attention on our light body to help strengthen, protect and grow our personal consciousness body.  The light body is the structure, which is required to house the electromagnetic energies of the Soul-Spirit bodies in order to connect them with the physical layer of the human body.  Electrical impulses are generated from the light body via the Nadial Structure, which is a spiritual body part.  It is made up of a webbing of energetic receivers and energetic transmitters that are intrinsic to the interconnected messaging functions in the human Soul-Spirit consciousness layers. Therefore, it is critical...
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What is the importance of number 1 in Hinduism

What is the importance of number 1 in Hinduism

What is the importance of number 1 in Hinduism Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Hindu Sanatana Dharma is definitely the most unique and highly open minded Dharma among all the Dharmas on the planet. We as Hindus, give importance starting from 'anu' / atom to 'Meru Parvata' / Meru Mountain and it goes on and doesn't stops anywhere. For Hindus, every akshara / alphabet, every number, every word, every sentence, every paragraph, every chapter, every book, every granta, every shastra etc etc etc has it's own importance and significances. For Hindus, the number starting from 'shoonya' (zero) and up to the infinite number is having great relevance. Since 'aadi samaya' / unknown time we were aware of the 'sankhya shastra' / numerology. Whether it is minus infinity or plus infinity, we Hindus were knowing everything and anything. Be it science, technology, space science, communication, about metals, architecture, etc etc etc all were known to Hindus. Come on friends,...
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What is the importance of number 6 in Hinduism

What is the importance of number 6 in Hinduism

What is the importance of number 6 in Hinduism Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Hindu Sanatana Dharma is highly unique. We give importance to each number too. Just like 9 or 18 or 108 has it's own uniqueness, even number 6 has it's own uniqueness in Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma). In Hinduism 'Shoonya' means one of the names of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu. Shoonya means, he is someone who is the 'aadi deva', that is, he is the 'Grand First'. Shoonya doesn't means zero. But instead it has meaning like "Grand First". Similarly, Bhagavan Sri Vishnu also means 'ananta', this means, he is someone who will be present until the infinite time - ∞. He doesn't has an end. In Hindu Sanatana Dharma or Hinduism the number six (6) has very important and unique significance. It is pronounced in different ways like: Shan Shad Shat Shashtan Shasta Shashti etc All these are interrelated to key words and terminologies like below in Hindu Shastras / Philosophy: AriShadvarga, Shanmukha, Shanmukhi Rudraksha, Kapila...
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List of Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma) unknown facts

List of Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma) unknown facts

List of Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma) unknown facts Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! The modern Gurus of Hindu Sanatana Dharma are: A. Sri Shankaracharya Ji - His medium of teachings are based on Advaita. B. Sri Ramanujacharya Ji - His medium of teachings are based on 'Vishishtadvaita'. C. Sri Madhwachara Ji - His medium of teachings are based on 'Dvaita Siddhanta'. Hindu Sanatana Dharma is the only Dharma which is existing on this earth since unknown age & time and all others are called as 'Religions'. Only in Hindu Sanatana Dharma Bhagavan / Ishwar / Brahma takes avatar. All the Vedas, Ramayana, Mahabharata and other Hindu Shastras (Divine books) says Bhagavan Sri Vishnu is the only Bhagavan / Ishwar / Brahma and all others are his followers. All others are called as Devatas (Demigods). All others follow the instructions of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu. Now, let us know "What is Hinduism (Sanatan Dharma) basic idea": List of Hinduism...
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How to gain punya karma (good deeds) in Hinduism

How to gain punya karma (good deeds) in Hinduism

How to gain punya karma (good deeds) in Hinduism Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Karma is a very big word to understand! Starting from Sri Brahma Deva (expect Sri Hari and Sri Maha Laskhmi Devi), all are affected with this Karma. We will gain fruits as per our Karmas. These Karmas may be from our past lives or present life too. In Hindi you must have heard, “jaise karni, waise bharni”. This gives very good meaning to the Karma. If we do good Karmas, we will gain fruits as per our good Karmas. If we do incorrect (bad) Karmas, then also we will be get fruits as per our bad Karmas. Only remedy is, we need to do good Karmas starting from today & now. Also with this, we need to know more and more “jnana” (divine knowledge) about Bhagavan Sri Hari. We need to chant his different names continuously. We need to serve our parents. We need...
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What Hinduism says about Dharma Works (investments)

What Hinduism says about Dharma Works (investments)

What Hinduism says about Dharma Works (investments) Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! We have always heard that we as been a Hindu, need to do Dharma. If we do Dharma, we can gain this. And the contrary, if we don't do Dharma we will gain this. All these things we have been hearing since many many years. Today, let us understand the real meaning of Dharma and "What Hinduism says about Doing Dharma works" What one gives to others is the only thing he gets back. There is a famous sarcastic saying about misers which goes like this: "A miser is a greater donor than a real Daata (donor)"! Well, the reason is that a Daata (Donor) will give away his things to others and may be uses a little portion of his money. Whereas a miser guards his money his entire life and without he enjoying any bit of it, people take it away after...
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List of Sapta matrikas (Seven mothers) names with meaning

List of Sapta matrikas (Seven mothers) names with meaning

List of Sapta matrikas (Seven mothers) names with meaning Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism) is highly amazing. We have meaning for each and every word and for each and every alphabet. Starting from Vedas, Mahabharata, Ramayana etc. until the modern Puranas explains us everything, that is, how we should live? What should we eat? What should we drink? How we we need to talk? etc. everything is very clearly explained. Someone who loves the Sanatana Dharma will and want to learn about Sanatana Dharma will love to learn about Sanatana Dharma for a long period. Similarly, our Sanatana Dharma Shastras gives very good information about the motherhood. First let us understand the meaning of the words 'sapta matrika'. Here sapta = seven and matrika = mothers. According to Bharatiya Sanaatana Dharma / Vedic Scripture we have seven mothers. Let us know who they are: From our śāstra / shastra, it is also said that there are...
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What are Shodasha sanskar (16 Sanskar) in Hinduism

What are Shodasha sanskar (16 Sanskar) in Hinduism

What are Shodasha sanskar (16 Sanskar) in Hinduism Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! India and Hinduism is so vast in it's samskaras (Sanskars). Hindus know that what should be done at each age. At birth what should be done. Later after few years, what should be done. When a child enter the teenage, what should be done. When the same child when he / she enters his / her youth, what should be done. Then at a later stage when the same child becomes little older, when the marriage should be arranged, etc. We Hindus are aware of everything. We Hindus should be highly proud of our culture and country. Hindus sanskar (Divine rituals) are done based on the explanation given in the Hindu grantas (Divine books). Now, let us let each of such Sanskar one by one: 1. Prathamam (First) - Garbhadanam (conceiving) This is the first sanskar among all the sanskar.  This is practiced on the first night...
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Can humans become God in Hinduism

Can humans become God in Hinduism

Can humans become God in Hinduism Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! We all know that in the past, people or rakshashas like Hiranyakashipu started to think themselves as Bhagavan. Hiranyakashipu did a long penance to Lord Brahmadeva and thus Lord bestowed Hiranyakashipu with great powers. Hiranyakashipu asked for the immortality to Lord Brahmadeva, but Lord Brahmadeva cannot give immortality to any jeevi as Bhagavan Srimann Narayana is the only who is immortal. Hiranyakashipu got the blessings from Lord Brahmadeva as he cannot be killed by any living or nonliving being who is being created by Lord Brahmadeva, like sura, asura, nara, krimi-keeta, janta, prani, pakshi, yaksha, kinkara etc. But Hiranyakashipu forgotten that his intelligence can be extended to very small distance, he forgotten he is not equal to even a peanut in front of Bhagavan. Thus Hiranyakashipu started to think as the greatest, as he is the immortal, as he is the mort powerful in the...
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